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Light Warriors, led by Erik Rabasca, are gearing up to release their new album Raise The Frequency, and we are thrilled to stream it exclusively today. Rabasca started Light Warriors after deciding to quit his corporate job and commit to raising awareness about human rights issues through his art. Jazz and reggae combine to form an album without the boundaries of typical genres, and Light Warriors bring strong messages and positivity throughout. Raise The Frequency is the perfect way to start a new month – filled with hope, good vibes, and great tunes.
Rabasca gave us some insight on the new song “Industry Soul Killer” and the album as a whole:
“Industry Soul Killer” is about the generational failure and monetary waste of the military industrial complex. The pentagon tried to bury evidence of $125 billion lost in bureaucracy…waste funded by tax-payers. And no consequences. No one fired. When industry profit reigns over humanity, as lyric goes, “money is the bullet” killing us. There’s a more enlightened path to power than military might.
The songs on Raise The Frequency are about the power of collective energy with positive intention. We’re living in reality but ultimately hopeful even when addressing violence and despair. When we selflessly pour love into every interaction with the strength and discipline of a warrior, we can decimate this destructive path humanity is currently on and lift each other up. We can only do it together.
Stream the album below and be sure to connect with Light Warriors online for more! Also, if you’re in the NY area, do yourself a favor and get out to an upcoming show:
6/2: Album Release Show – Greenpoint Gallery, Brooklyn
6/3: Sofar Sounds, NYC
6/28: Rockwood Music Hall, Stage 2, NYC